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Automatic Update does not take all builds

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by scheinzwerg@, Jan 5, 2006.

  1. scheinzwerg@

    scheinzwerg@ Guest

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    I have just seen by coincidence (i saw that people here on the forums were talking about build numbers) that the plesk-version on my server was out of date. I controlled this by looking in the patches-section of the sw-soft site.

    My question now is: is there a hidden key that I have to set so that my plesk recognizes when it is out of date not just by the version number w.x.y, but also by the build number w.x.y.zzzzzzzzz ?

    Greetings!
    - Jérôme
     
  2. jwdick

    jwdick Guest

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    Use the Plesk Updater in the Plesk control panel. It will show you what is out of date and let you update from there.
     
  3. scheinzwerg@

    scheinzwerg@ Guest

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    Sorry, but: "Helloo Captain Obvious". I haven't said that I looked in the updater or at the bash because it seemed obvious to me that the information of my plesk being out of date must have come from somewhere ;).
     
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